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Thursday, October 17, 2013

0 Book Review: A BOUQUET OF DILEMMA by TAYO EMMANUEL

Title: A BOUQUET OF DILEMMA
Author: TAYO EMMANUEL
Genre: Romance

Buy: Amazon

Book Summary:
“Good girls don’t mix with bad boys,” that’s what they told young, conservative Tobi, when she’s smitten by alluring, playboy Richard. Ignoring his background and an uncertain future, she plunges into his exciting world of romance. But Richard disappoints them all, giving Tobi an engagement ring before leaving for London.

Tobi’s world is shattered when Richard brutally dumps her. Can she ever love again? Or will the refined, self-accomplished Oba remain a distraction from her heart-broken stupor? 

When repentant Richard resurfaces, re-awakening her heart and all the buried passion, Tobi has to define what true love means to her.

A Bouquet of Dilemma is an enchanting story about the love life of a Nigerian Undergraduate in the 90s. It's a simple narrative of values, prejudices and challenges that determine the choices we make about love and life.
 
About Author:
Nigerian born and raised, Tayo Emmanuel likes relating stories to help shape people’s relationships. An incurable romantic, she believes that any relationship can work as long as someone is willing to pay the price. She is often found setting up or fixing people’s relationships.

A Master's degree holder in Management, Tayo has years of corporate experience in the banking and IT sectors covering Corporate Communications, Public Relations, Events Management, Marketing, Customer Care, Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Analysis. 

As a volunteer for various Non-Profit organisations, she’s continually involved in mentoring, training and counselling. She also functions as a Relationship Counsellor and currently maintains Adam & Eve column in Mentor Magazine and a blogging platform at rel8ing.co.uk.

She currently lives in London with her family.

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Book Review:
Well-written and developed story. This story takes place in Nigeria; you get a sense for the culture while reading this lovely story due to the strong detail. The characters are very well developed and the reader gets to watch them grow throughout the story and grows a bond with the characters. 

I recommend this book.

Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars
Review By: Kechell Jackson | K is for Kechell
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